The defeated Crypto-Jewish French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, will be out of the Élysée palace on Tuesday after he handed over the Presidency to the newly elected Socialist Jewish president François Hollande. Sarkozy is looking forward to manage the music empire of his millionaire model-turn-pop star wife Carla Bruni while Hollande is expected to wed his long-time girlfriend to make a kosher First Lady out of her.
However, what worries Sarkozy is that after Sarkozy’s presidential judicial immunity officially ends on 16 June – he could be chased by the Justice Department for his several past crimes.
French media has claimed that Sarkozy received nearly 50 million Euros from former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi during his election campaign in 2007. Being a morally corrupt Zionist, Sarkozy betrayed Qaddafi, who funded him to win Presidential campaign but Sarkozy at the last months of his power stabbed Qaddafi and Libyan people from behind.
Last year, Sarkozy with the help of CIA-Mossad brought the downfall of his Socialist Jewish opponent Dominique Strauss-Kahn in a sex scandal.
Israeli daily Ha’aretz reporting Sarkozy’s defeat, said that he will be missed in Israel as he was always considered a trusted friend of Israel. According to Israeli media – 93% of Franco-Israelis voted for Sarkozy.
A March 2012 study by the Simon Wiesenthal Institute reported that half of European believe Israel to be the greatest threat to world peace and over one third are known to be anti-Semitics.
“In France, Nicolas Sarkozy who has been the warmest French president ever to the State of Israel is up for re-electionagainst Socialist François Hollande. Sarkozy has stated ”We will never compromise on Israeli security”, said the establishment of the Jewish state was “the most important event of the 20th century” – his opponent is closely linked to Anti-Israel political leaders. “France would be more politically aligned with the Arab countries, and this could have an effect on its relations with Israel,” said Ivan Rioufol, columnist in the French daily Le Figaro. Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center has said it would be a “big blow to Israel” if Sarkozy lost,” said the study.
French author Hubert Couduier in his 2008 book ‘Love, Rupture and Betrayal‘ claims that Sarkozy has had “brutal” exchanges with his wives and past lovers – in fact, one row with the then his second wife Cecilia in the run-up to the presidential polls in 2007 even led to a police complaint.
On March 11, 2010 – the Times of India reported that both Sarkozy and his wife Carla were both committing adultery.
Last year, Sarkozy’s best man at Carla Bruni in 2008, Nicolas Baziere was arrested and another of Sarkozy’s close friend, Thierry Gaubert, was placed under investigation for their involvement along with Nicolas Sarkozy in the ‘Karachi Affair’ – a murderous saga of alleged illegal party funding, suitcases stuffed with banknotes, rightwing political rivalry and, ultimately, the deaths of 15 people in a bomb attack in Pakistan.
During Sarkozy’s 20 years in French politics – 8 million-strong French Muslim community has been his main target.